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  Three-way tie for Day 2 lead

Three-way tie for Day 2 lead

AGE CORRESPONDENT
Published : Feb 4, 2016, 10:24 pm IST
Updated : Feb 4, 2016, 10:24 pm IST

Amateur Tvesa Malik joined professionals Neha Tripathi and Shweta Galande on top of the leaderboard for the final day of the Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour third leg at the Royal Calcutta Golf Cl

Tvesa Mailk
 Tvesa Mailk

Amateur Tvesa Malik joined professionals Neha Tripathi and Shweta Galande on top of the leaderboard for the final day of the Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour third leg at the Royal Calcutta Golf Club on Thursday, the trio returning scores of 153.

One shot adrift in joint fourth were Chandigarh’s Saaniya Sharma and Bengaluru pro Sharmila Nicollet.

 

Tvesa carded a one-over 73 to jump into the lead after starting the day tied eighth. She had two birdies with an equal number of bogeys in her front nine.

In her back nine, Tvesa dropped two more shots but a birdie on the 18th hole helped her register the best score of the day along with Saaniya.

Local girl Neha played an indifferent front nine, carding two bogeys along with a double on the sixth. Her back nine was relatively better with one bogey and birdie as she finished the round in three-over 75.

Shweta’s card of four-over 76 included five bogeys and a birdie.

Saaniya had two birdies with an equal number of bogeys in her front nine. She added two more bogeys, but a birdie on the 15th was enough to put her into joint fourth place.

 

Sharmila’s error prone round of six-over 78 included five bogeys and a double bogey. She however compensated with a birdie on the 11th.

Smriti Mehra and the Delhi duo of Ankita Tiwana and Mehar Atwal were tied sixth on 158, followed by Jaipur’s Afshan Fatima in ninth with 159.